There are various organisations and communities within the village, please find below information about the various groups
Stoke St Michael County Primary School – The school is set in very spacious grounds and benefits from modern buildings with excellent facilities. There are two classes in the school, one for pupils in Reception Year, Year 1 and Year two and one for pupils in Years 3 and 6. They are federated with Croscombe C of E Primary School and enjoy a close working relationship.
Stoke St Michael Mother and Toddler Group – Held every Wednesday morning from 9.30am until 11.30am at Stoke St Michael War Memorial Hall. For further information please contact Karen Pearce on 07714 8755920 or click here to email
St Michael and All Angels Church – is the parish church, part of the benefice which includes Leigh Upon Mendip and Downhead.
The church is open for private prayer from 9am to 4pm every day.
Anyone is welcome to find a quiet place here.
Services are taking place following the current Government guidelines
- First Sunday:- EVENSONG, 6pm
- Second Sunday: – HOLY COMMUNION, 9.30am
- Third Sunday: – FAMILY COMMUNION, 11am
The Church Wardens are Malcolm Martin, Mendip Cottage, Mendip Road, Stoke St Michael, BA3 5JU, telephone 01749 840475, and Jane Evans, Withybrook, Stoke St Michael, Radstock, BA3 5JQ, telephone 07149 840660.
The Priest in Charge is the Rev Anthony Dickson who is also responsible for the United Parish of Postlebury (Nunney, Cloford, Marston, Wanstrow and Witham). He can be contacted at The Rectory, High Street, Nunney, Frome, 01373 837337.
Please visit the Facebook page or contact one of the above for information or support.
Stoke St Michael War Memorial Hall – Stoke St Michael War Memorial Hall: The hall has a well equipped kitchen, licensed bar, outdoor seating and social area which is all fully accessible for the disabled.
Located in the center of the village, the versatile facilities at Stoke St Michael can be hired by contacting the booking clerk on 07710509786 or emailing email@example.com
Bingo takes place every other Monday night, social, coffee afternoons are held on Tuesdays from 2pm – 4pm where residents gather to have a chat and complete crafty tasks asked for by the village. Film night is the first Friday of the month. To keep abreast of other activities as and when arranged follow us on Facebook.
Stoke St Michael Community Events Group – They organise regular events for the village. For further information please contact Paul Green (Chairman) click here to email
Millennium Wood Working Party